>> sort of. it's kind of weird about this, because normally when you're talking about a tropical system that's moving to a coastline, a populated area, you want it to fall apart. well, in this situation, people in parts of the lone star state of texas were hoping that this storm system, talking about don, would be a big rainmaker. the problem is, it wasn't. as it made its way closer to the coastline, it interacted with dry air, and unfortunately, just killed it. so not the rain they needed in texas. however, look out towards the atlantic and there is the potential for some development in a few spots, namely in the itcc, which we weather people refer to as the intertropical convergence zone, because that's where we have converging air, rising area, and that's often where we see the development of storms. this may be, this area that you see, west of the leeward and windward islands, may become a named storm within days, if it does get a name, its name will be emily. we'll watch it very carefully. no idea where it may be headed after that, but it's an active time of year and these storms do tend to develop.